AIS helps relieve people's burdens

AIS helps relieve people's burdens

AIS provides 100 minutes of free call to all networks in combating with the Covid-19.

"In the current situation amid the epidemic of the Covid-19 virus, which affects the lifestyle of Thais, including foreigners living in Thailand. It demands an adjustment in a variety of living styles, whether working from home, learning from home, online shopping, and communication to help others. All of this needs a quality communication system to support the activities to be efficient", said AIS's Chief Consumer Business Officer, Pratthana Leelapanang.

"In the past, AIS, together with the NBTC provided 10 GB of mobile internet and boost the speed of home broadband internet to 100 Mbps for 30 days for free. However, the Covid-19 epidemic control measures has been extended, therefore, AIS has provided the privilege to call 100 minutes of free to all networks for 45 days to Thais. Moreover, this will also cover foreigners who are working in Thailand or those who are still incapable of returning to their country, which can receive the privileges from 1 - 15 of May.

- For Thai AIS customers: Press * 170 *, follow by 13 digit ID card number that was used for your SIM card registration, follow by #, then press the call button

- For foreign AIS customers: Send an SMS message containing your passport number to number 170

After finishing USSD or sending an SMS message, a confirmation message will be sent to you. Prepaid customers will also receive an extra SIM validity for 45 days.

Note: Customer can get 1 privilege per 1 mobile network, and this privilege does not include customers registered in the name of the corporate entity.

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